Lunedì, 15 Ottobre 2018

Cristiano Ronaldo called to Berlusconi's 'Ruby' trial


Milan, October 31 - Real Madrid's Portugal striker
Cristiano Ronaldo has been summoned as a defence witness in a
trial of ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi for allegedly paying for
sex with an underage prostitute known as Ruby and abusing his
power to get her released by police on an unrelated theft claim.
Ruby, a former night-club dancer whose real name is Karima
El Mahroug, told investigators she had a hotel tryst with the
soccer star.
Ronaldo has been called to testify on November 5 along with
two TV starlets, Belen Rodriguez and Aida Yespica; Daniela
Santanche', a member of Berlusconi's People of Freedom (PdL)
party; and TV and print journalist Carlo Rossella.
Both Santanche' and Rossella are friends of the ex-premier
and have said there was nothing untoward about the 'bunga bunga'
parties where he is alleged to have had sex with more than 30
alleged prostitutes including Ruby, the only one under the age
of 18.
The sex charge carries a jail term of up to three years
while the maximum term for abuse of power is 12.
Berlusconi and Ruby have denied having sex.
She admits receiving expensive gifts and cash from him.

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